Every Life Has A Story

Fog covers city skyscrapers down Michigan Avenue during the morning commute in Chicago Illinois.
Photo: ‘Chicago City Fog’ – Square Color Photo Copyright 2016 Frank J Casella – Fog covers city skyscrapers down Michigan Avenue during the morning commute in Chicago Illinois.

When I look at all the people in the world, I not only see them as a person, but see the story of their lives.

Because it is about stories that make us the people who we are.

I believe that integrity is the main element that we measure each other.

n. Steadfast adherence to a strict moral or ethical code.
n. The state of being unimpaired; soundness.
n. The quality or condition of being whole or undivided; completeness.

*From The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

Integrity helps us to evaluate our own life, and get a better look at the impact that we are having on this world.

The more you are grateful for what you have, the more you will have to be grateful for.

Zig Ziglar

Stop and take a good look at your life. Are you where you are meant to be?

Are you doing the right thing?

Are you on the best track for you?

Every life – every person – has a story.

What is your story?

One reply on “Every Life Has A Story”

  1. I’m in the “golden years” and nearing the time when I will bow before the Lord and be held accountable. Am I doing the right things? I fall and I get up. I fall and I get up (via repentance). Am I on the best track? I’m trying to be faithful in the little that God has placed in my hands so in that regard, yes, I’m on the right track. My story is unique to me but probably not to anyone else so I wouldn’t want to foist it on the public. I will say this: St Seraphim said, “It is later than you think.” We are all living on borrowed time and as each day passes, we are closer to the end. It is time, O Sleeper, to wake up. Look around you and discover what you can do to help your fellow man. Take a long look at yourself and confess rather than excuse your sinful lifestyle. Strive for what can be taken with you (good deeds, kind words, love of God and fellow man) rather than waste time of acquiring things of no eternal value and that will ultimately rust and decay. “The time is later than you think.”

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